The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 305, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 1, 1904 Page: 5 of 8
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Ardmore Tuesday November 1 1904.
THE DAILY ArtDMOREITE.
Why it is Wood?
How can (but hulldlnk be fireproof? ll'o
made o lijr o fire Innur.rirepollcr. Oor pol-
lcle "III covet rou tor any amount and our
premium rate are pretty reMonaldo.
l llkble tu destroy your tialld'nc nt any
time. Wh not provide 1fiT noh iin emer-itenrj-t
When it Uoeo com vou run erect u
new bull. Mm: with tbe money paid over to
you.lu accordance with the terra" of tbe
policy. Yon then feel tno blefiK of Urn
inauiance. Why delay nuy longer Call on
ua for full particular aato policies prem
BRUCE $ BUTT
K : YOUR TICKETS
NEW SUITS - OVERCOATS
Wo soli the famous Roches-
tor Mqo of hlnh-Krndo hand-
tnilorod OlottiluR for mon that
fits and wears. Latest styles
:??rt0.rn: $5 to $23
The 12. k brand Is Iho bost.
Wo sell them Suits
$2.25 to $10.50
$2.25 to $9.50
Wo boll tho C hen and Gold-
man lino of (It-well and wear
well pant. Mens from
$1.50 to 5.50
BojV Prtntt fiotn
50c to $3.50
C. It. Smith Is hero from Guthrie.
John Wyatt Of Taylor Is In tho city.
B. O Butler of Dttrant Is In tho city
T. W. Creagor of Wheeler Is In thu
Will Moore was here yesterday from
A. J. Chapman of Tishomingo is In
J. J. B. McCullough of Denton Is In
Ik P. Hudson of Tishomingo is Jo
J. J. Wello of Hallojrvillo is horo on
Alf J. Eastln Is In tho city from Bvun y morcnauts or uio city to
t ...1... !..! . .
Ucniimont. iuiiuuib wuu nmi:.t;i iiit'ir coiiun
E. II. Kendall of St. Joseph Mo. Is hcrc lwk Pce yesterday afternoon
In the city. sir cut. i uo sum. oi me uiuu
W. F. Maten a traveling man of Dal- Iur9 hy tno farmers were place j
las Is In the city. "' 11 '-''1e eiiurn ami mm mi up
C. W. Henderson of llorwyn It In. 1110 churn was then place I in u farm
EXAMINE THE CLOSE SEE WHAT
I THEY'RE WORTH.
List of Lucky Numberj In the October
' Drawing Conducted Publicly
on Main Street Dy the
Tho monthly cash pr'o drawing
AGAIN and AGAIN.
Wo sny tlmt thu lit and stylo of our
EQUALS ANY MADE
A uomnn looking for troublo becomes pcacoful
tn.dir Us iulluonce. It's a shoe tlmt will tit your
f .t your head and your purso.
LYNN The Shoe Man
127 East Main Kopalring n Specialty
: v v ;
the city on business.
wagon where the comm'ttee who nad
J. Dougherty and John Mcintosh arc lnu "rawing m uami stood.
in tho citv from Htico. mutee consisted or iiicH
This com- j
H. A. Wnlker of Ardmoro Is In tho
f'itV flTI ImaliiiMfi.
Geo. I. Jordan of Wynnewood Is In Sncod. Wm. Foster of IVovence. J. D. ()n U)0 w(Uorwor.B l(Un
tho city today on business. " or i.one urove an 1 . J it.is-
W. T. Slaughter and W. It. Morrison 1)' of Dtirwmxi. ird about twenty oth.
are In tho city from Madll.. er larmers who sto i net.- I ) tno
L. O. Majors and T. W. Poole of Elk UCKets and certify to tliolr correct-
2 nro In tho city on business. " A ullnufoldeu boy was tlion
White Frost of Mill CrcoK is in tho placed in the wagon and h drew from
clly today on business.
a box Into which the tickets weni
Hob Davidson and family are visit- pouted one number nt a time until ho
Iiik at Pottsboro. Texas. "" drawn iiny rour. tho nrsi nutn-
(Juy 1. Cobb. J. 13. White and J. A. ( bar diawu entitled tho holder of a tin-
Brown wore In the city yesterday. plicate to it to ?hmi. tno second xnu. tna
Mrs. W. W. Uta:. who has lieon In the next two $25 each tho next ten f 10
city tho guest of her brother W. II. each and the next forty $G oach.
Dlakemore returned to her homo at ' The numbers drawn and tho amount
Washington d! C. today. which they call for aro as follows:
Moso Chlgley of Davis was In tho Number. Amount.
city last night and attended tho pro- 3100 1(U uu
Auction of "Don Caesar do Ilazan" at 124C2 00 U0
the opera house. UliO JO UU
G. II. Montgomery an attorney of 821S ' 25 00
Marietta was in the city yesterday af- 87C3 10 00
ternoon en route to Madlll. He ro- 12371 10 00
Soft and Stiff Hats.
Our stock of now fall Hats
and Caps is now c'impbto In
every detail. Prlc 8
50c to $5.00
Wo are solo hrou'' for the
celf'rated Hawes 43.00 Hat.
Call and so-"! pur stock of
Men's nud Boys' Furnishings.
malned In tho city last night and wit
nessed tho performance of Mr. Hanford
at the opera house.
'.ml iloorwt City Nnt'l Hank D. J. TREADWELL
s )Utn sine .Minn stri'ei
Has resumed Music Teaching
for tho seacon 1001-E.
Piano Pupils Received.
Special attention to Harmony
02CI 10 00
97C7 10 00
12192 10 00
134G1 10 00
4C1C 10 00
CC97 10 00
7145 10 Oti
SG61 10 00
I can pasture several head of stock
until Christmas. Adjoins city limits
on west. Telephone 133. D. E. Flynt.
Our Hlinnlnirnf Womon'H Htrcet Mats nntl Drofa Hnta nro innitnlflcent.
thu culiirlnua huihtIi. the mntvrlnl tlm lieat nnil thostli- the latoM. prices
nro tho lowest New Mean In ndlea' nnn uiIbbos man taller made skirts. Wo
have cverythlnir that la uy-to-dato In ladles' turniehini;.
a& Lowenstein s
CUT PRICE MILLINERY HOUSE
Royal Hungarian Court Orchestra
Opera House Tuosday night.
The membon are requested to moot
at Mrs. J. A. Madden's on Thursday
af t rnoon at 3 o'clock.
MRS. W. C. KENDALL.
MP.S. A. C. CRUCE See.
SOLOMON THE BAKER
And Maker of Good Things to Eat.
Pure palatable and eatable are
Uio candl03 I am now putting on sale.
Every piece' of candy we offer you Is
absolutely fresh and pure. Our varie-
ty of chocolates cannot be surpassed
In flavor and quality. Uring your
They will bo delighted anI
SOLOMON Tho Baker
And Maker of Good Things to Eat-
GOOD THINGS TO EAT.
Card of Thanks.
Wo find ourselves at a loss to ex
press our feelings toward the good peo
ple fur their respect kindness and
sympathy extended to us In tho deep
est sorrow of our lives.
11S3G C 00
U)t of cotton Is coming lit now.
There in hottvy betting on the elec-
tion by tho Democrat.
Arthur W. Holloy of tho townslto
commission In In the city from Ard-
moro. Ex-Governor Guy of Sulphur Is in
The ChlckalTaw legislature Is grind-
Thero aro several drummors In
! town today.
The cotton In this locality Is more
'than half gathered.
The gin at this place has plnnod over
900 httlon this season.
I Uncle Pleas Davis Is reported very
I There Is n good season In tho ground
Dr. J. T. Roberson of Duncan assist-
ed by Dr. C. E. Frost of Duncan and
Dr Cranflll of thlg place operated on
Clarence Burton of nenr Ico last
Monday for nppendlcitis. The patient
Is reported In an Improving condition
Contractor Bearllng of Mnrlow is
horo today to begin tho erection of a
uu handsome residence for Jnmes Loft-
Mr3. T..1. Clark Is visiting In Tcxns.
Mrs. J. T. Roberson of Duncan is
In tho city visiting relatives.
Mart Duncan will begin n now rest-
iVnco In tho future.
.). H. Mooro is ranking n nice addl
il-m to his rctldonce.
11 the lawyers have gono to Rvnti
to attend court.
.1. H. Brasher has Just returned from
a business trip to Hugo.
Prof. Stout anil wife hnvo arrlv.'d
from McKonzle Tend. to take ctui.ro
f tho local schools.
.'ames Moyer of Antlers Is heT o'i
Real Estate Transfers.
The Chickasaw Tltlo Co. ropo-1 tho
following ttanaferH of real osiate re
Chester U. Heath and wlfo to l.ula
West 120 acres of section 7 and 30
acre of section 18 T. 1 S. R. 2 13. for
Hosa A. I'eter doctmied by helrff.
to J. P. and I V. Million. 50 acres or
section 27. and 130 acres of section
28. T. I S. R. 1 W.. for $1050.
A. V Doak to Jefferson W Banks
lots 7 and 8. block 414 Ardmore fur
(By Oulllot Bros. member? New Or-
leans O. '.ton Exchango.)
Ardmore I. T. Nov. 1. Tho fo!
lowing quotations show th.t mitiket nr
Jan. Feb 5.22
Fob. Mar 5 24
Mar Aprl 1 0.2G
Apr. May 5.23
Oct. Nov 5 22
Nov. Dec 5.20
Dec Jan 5 21
Spots and Sales.
Rill of new overcoats at tho Misfit
Clothing Parlor. 30
Wo have tho finest grocery' delivery
wagon's ever In tho city and wo want
every man who uses delivery wagons
to Inspect them. The wagon? will
pleaoo you tbe prlco will pleaso you
SPRAGINS it. CO.
Full Cream Cheese.
Plenty of Eggs
Fresh Country But.cr
Big Red Onions
An1! eveiything else good to e.U at
STAPLES & SKAGGS
Successors to Porter Stnples the
Phono 57. 30-3
May God bless you all and help you': 9374 ..."
and us to live so that we may all meet 10156 . .'.
In Heaven where wc know our dear
little Alfred now Is.
JOHN W. HOFFMAN and FAMILY.
5 00 j
5 00 :
No Clew Yet.
Oflicerb'are working on tbe Stevens
Kennerly & Spragins Co. and T. K.
Kearney & Co. hardware . rotoborles.
9741 5 00 of poor telephone service
' 4793 5
Rye alfalfa wheat and barley.
E. B. PUGH
G-lm Ardmoro I. T.
Yet no clew to the perpetrators can bo 10G99
A pair of fine shoes belonging to a GC28
farmer were In tho T. K. Kearney 10474
storo were taken and also a number of 4510
small articles that -wore not at first 11758
missed. Tho officers who aro at work 8293
on tho enso think tho robbing was the
work of novices.
Mrs. J. L. Johnson was informed this
morning of tho death of hor father
W. A. Hunter which occurred Friday
afternoon at West. Texas. On account
could not reach her earlier. Mr. Hun
tor was 05 years of age and died of
heart trouble. Mrs. Johnson has the
sympathies of her frlenda In her sad
New York Futures.
Open High Low
.... 0 02 0.72 0 01
. ... 1 273 0 81 0 73
II Uri I) 02 0.8 1
. . . . 0.93 'J 110 0.07
Spots and Sales.
New Orleans Futures
Deo 0 55 0.01
Jan 0 65 0.00
Alar 0.70 0 bl)
8pots and Sales.
Estimated Port Receipts.
To.lay as 72000 against 68.057 last
lny 110 5 8
July 95 3-1
Tho Lincoln Club will hold a meeting
tonight. It Is said that an endorse-
ment will be made for postmaster.
Pincsalvo acts liko a poultice
by City Drug Store.
Pay less and dress better by buying
tailor-made clothing from tho Misllt
Clothing Parlor. 30
Tho B. K. Bruco Republican Club '
will hold its regular meeting tonight. An American pmy uy u.. aui
at tho A. M. B. church In this city at tlior for the American pwpie- me
Now In Season.
Kansas City ribs.
KansaB City Sausage.
Fine beof roasts.
Fine pork roasts and best steaks In
Ardmore. TUCKER'S MARKET.
30-3 West Main St.
:30 o'clock. S. T. WIGGINS Pres.
JOHN GRIFFITH See.
Do not fall to secure your Lyceum
course tickets In time to go to tho
first number the Royal Hungarians
on Tuesday Nov. 1. Courso tickets
for six numbers $1.50.
Can and willjsave you money on Wall
Paper. You Know the only good Mixed Paint
in town islSHERWIN-WILLIAMS S CO'S.
T. N. COLEMAN
Boosts His Town.
Presley B. Colo of Pauls Valley was
in tho city today on business. Mr.
Cole said in conversation that there
was a largo amount of cotton coming
into his town tho receipts were much
lnrger than expected and the prlco was
good. Ho said that Pauls Valloy was
ono of the best cotton markets In the
Chickasaw Nation and was a coming
town; that thero was much Improve-
ment In progress and a number of
buildlngn wero in courso of erection
and that business has been and Is
Ten Hungarian Artists.
Tuesday Nov. 1.
Tho Woman's Foreign Missionary
Society will moot Thursday afternoon
v.-lth Mrs. Walter Hardy. Every mem
her Is urged to bo present.
31-3 M. H. INGRAM. Sec.
Just think of It a $G5 top buggy for
$50. J. C. PREDDY.
Little Homestead." at opera house on
Wednesday November 2.
The Elks' Hall.
Work on the Elks' building Is pro-
grot sing rapld'y nnd tho contractors
hopo to rush tho building to a speedy
completion as the Elks are anxious to
: gut Into now and hotter quartors.
After tho show last night Miss Alice
Mooro entertained a large number ot
frlonds. It being Halloween mncn
amusement was had In games etc.
During tho evening refreshments
were served and everyono spent a
most delightful evening.
Tho regular meeting of Lady Macca-
bees will be held at Odd Follows' hall
tomorrow Wednesday afternoon nt 3
o'clock. By order
Among the Fire Boys.
Tom Carter his resigned his position
with the fire department here and left
last night for Pauls Valley where ho
has aecopted tho position of driver of
the hose wagon for tho fire company.
This position was formerly held by
Ben Sewoll an old Ardmoro flro boy.
who roslgned to accept a position with
tho Santa Fe peoplo at that placo. Mr
Carter's position horo will be filled
by Jno. Steel who bogan his dutios as
such this morning by accompanying
tho flro company on a run to a false
nlarm about 2 o'clock this morning
which was supposed to havo been at
J. II. Kahn's resldonco In tho wost por-
. - i i .. . i ... i . f
groceries and dellvor every order tlon of town. As tho engine was turn
prtmptly. Fresh fruits syrups and Ing tho corner on Main street going
canned goods. Big stock of staple south Steol was thrown from tho back
J. A. CLARK
end and had hla shoulder bruised up
considerably although ho was upthls
morning and says ho Is ready to try It
Tailor-made suits worth $25 for again.
$12.50 at tho Misfit Clothing Parlor.
30 HUNGARIAN ORCHESTRA NOV. 1.
Dec : 48 5-8
M.iy 45 1-4
Julv 45 1-4
Doc 28 6 8
May 30 3 4
45 1 2
45 3 &
28 3 1
Hog Oattle Sheep
ChlcaKo.... 20003 14.000 22000
K 0 12 000 20000 10000
Omaha 5000 4000 16000
Hokb opened 6 lovor
loit ovor 3500 Receipts year ago
Mixed 405520; Rood 0G 5J0; roilRlx
li 475; IlK'bt 155 SCO
Unttle ftlow ebeep ptr ady
Jan 1230 12 Iff
Jan 700 7 05
610 0 42
Rl-AL 13 STATE TKANSFFRS
ARDMORE ABSTRACT CO
W. S. W OLVUKTON & SON Hgrs.
Ohr fltpr It. He ntli unci wife to Lula
West; $9C0; parts of Sees. 7 and 18
In T 4 S R 2 E.
J. O. Hayes to A. W. Giles; 6 year
Iene; S100 per annum; 60 acres of
land In Sec. 17. T 5 R U 2 W.
From Union Station take IStli M. ran and
transfer on WauMtik-ton Ave. to Dolnar or
Pjikv Atu. eara L'olni; went.
Dulmar and Pairo Ay. oars la door to
anrimrt of olty. theatre unit direct in
World'. Fair ground.
Mrs. A. Alford
t LUOA8 AVKNUE
Nlcelv furnlihrd room
Special rates to (imllleit
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